Dating a pretentious guy

I don’t actually disagree with absolutely all of them–in fact, a few of these would be “deal breakers” for me, but the other 99% of this is completely obnoxious and leaves me thinking, “Who the hell does this guy think he is? Is he right in laying down literally every single turn-off he has before even meeting anyone? Like, “you belittle transgender people,” and “you’re a Holocaust denier” are definitely deal breakers for the majority of the human population.

But “you consider yourself a happy person,” and “you think world peace is an actual goal of some sort….” Yeahhhhh….

I know this, because last night my roommate (who is on Match.com), showed me the numerous profiles she’s matched with online.

Some guys sound like completely obnoxious pretentious twats in their profiles, while others don’t know how to wear a picture without wearing sunglasses.

You know, something like this: "I will only date men 5’11" and over," says Annabelle, a 35-year-old woman standing at an above-average height of 5'11".I’m not going to name any names, but almost across the board I have found this to be true.Again, I’m not saying that liking this book means you’re a horrible person, but taking this to heart and justifying the flaming assholery you commit means PRECISELY that. They think that the autobiography of a sports figure counts as a book.This guarantees that they’re illiterate and/or incredibly uninteresting. If he can’t get it up more than once, this is probably a pattern, and most likely, has nothing to do with you personally.In my (undesirable) experiences, it has more to do with crazy shit all up in their heads, ranging from inadequacy to depression to potentially repressed homosexuality. If they’re shady/secretive/vague about their marital status, they’re probably married. I’m going to go ahead and declare that across the board, DO NOT get involved with a married man in ANY way.

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